Divorce self-help group offers practical support

Community Self help divorce group founders Jim and Annette Wheeler

A couple who set up a government- funded network of divorce recovery self-help groups in the UK are establishing a similar scheme in France. They say any Connexion reader still struggling from issues from a divorce or separation is welcome to get in touch.

Jim and Annette Wheeler founded the Aquila charity in Crowborough, Sussex in 1992 after going through painful divorces and being asked to talk about their experiences in a group organised by their vicar, who was ...

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